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The weight of the mother before calf birth can significant impact the daily weight gain of the calves in the 1 month.
There was also a 75 percent reduction in feed cost per animal and a 20 percent increase in the daily weight gain of lambs born on the pasture compared to the prior norm.
Furthermore, there was 75% reduction in feed cost per animal and 20% increase in daily weight gain of lambs born on the pasture compared to the prior norm.
Table 3 depicts that, during 2014-2015, only 28.3% of SAM children had moderate-to-good average daily weight gain, whereas 71.7% had poor weight gain (<5 g/kg/day).
Although birth weight, length, and HC measurements were comparable for both groups, during their hospitalization, the daily weight gain and HC increase measured weekly in the ADJ group were significantly higher (p 4 g/kg/day protein intake was safe, our study found that protein intake of 5.1 g/kg/day was not associated with nutritional intolerance or metabolic disturbance.16 Similarly, it has been reported no side effects due to enteral protein uptake at 5 g/kg/day.17
A higher initial body weight (by 16.7%; p<0.001), final body weight (by 24.3%; p<0.001), daily weight gain (by 24.3%; p<0.001) and daily feed intake (by 16.7%; p<0.001) were found in NG, whereas feed conversion was higher (by 5.4%; p<0.001) in CG.
Calculated traits were adjusted live body weight (ABW, kg) at 30 days (ABW30), 60 days (ABW60) and 90 days of age (ABW90), as well as average daily weight gain (ADG, g/day) from birth to 30 days (ADG0-30), between 30 and 60 days (ADG30-60), between 60 and 90 days (ADG60-90), from birth to 90 days (ADG0-90) and between 30 and 90 days (ADG30- 90).
True and non-protein nitrogen (NPN) contents of these feedstuffs are very low resulting in declined crude protein availability at rumen level.The animals consuming these feedstuffs show a characteristic slow average daily weight gain (ADG), delayed puberty and poor feed efficiency (Shahzad et al., 2016).
(2011) working with calves with the same age and same roughage basis, in which these authors obtained a daily weight gain of 0.722 kg/day.
Therefore, the lower the weight on the first day of follow-up, the greater daily weight gain. It is assumed that small, low weight babies are less handled by the health care team and thus would remain quieter and their organism would overcome the need for greater weight gain [26].